The Wenatchee debt elimination attorneys with Brent Sorenson & Associates have seen a lot over the years. One thing that our debt elimination attorneys in Wenatchee WA can’t stand is when creditors use strong-arm, intimidating tactics against good people. For example, when creditors harass people at home or at work, or threaten lawsuits. If you’re dealing with that kind of treatment, please get in touch with Brent Sorenson & Associates as soon as you can to learn what we may be able to do on your behalf.
How Our Wenatchee Debt Elimination Attorneys May Be Able to Help if You’re Facing a Creditor Lawsuit
Brent Sorenson & Associates’ Wenatchee debt elimination attorneys could protect you from a lawsuit filed by one of your creditors. You’ll need skilled, experienced debt elimination attorneys in Wenatchee WA if this ever happens. We can, for instance, help you answer the complaint filed by the creditor in a court of law. This involves either admitting or denying every statement listed in the complaint, or saying you don’t have enough information to make any admissions or denials.
Your Wenatchee debt elimination attorneys can also work to determine your best options for defending yourself from a creditor lawsuit. These are a few of the defenses commonly presented by our debt elimination attorneys in Wenatchee WA.
- Failure to follow proper procedures – In order to file a lawsuit, creditors have to provide complete documentation. This includes your original contract, a statement the shows the creditor actually owns your debt, and more. If your debt elimination attorneys in Wenatchee WA can prove the creditor failed to provide all the required documents, that could result in the claim being denied.
- The statute of limitations has expired – There could be a chance that the creditor can’t sue you because the debt is too old. The statute of limitations on most collectible debts can range anywhere from three to 10 years.
- The creditor failed to notify you in the proper fashion – If the creditor failed to properly deliver you notification of the lawsuit, the court might throw out the claim. The creditor could, for instance, just leave the notice on your front porch, or leave it with a neighbor. These are examples of what is known as “invalid service” of the complaint.
Find out how our Wenatchee debt elimination attorneys could help by calling 509-444-2600 or contacting us online.